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Re-enable on-board video

By rydctlc ·
After disabling on-board video (without installing new video card) How do you re-enable the on-board video. During boot-up the screen flashes the on-board video type then goes blank. Running XP home. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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by fred07 In reply to Re-enable on-board video

hi

You need to open the unit and reset the cmos jumper to clear for 3 seconds.

fred

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For some reason it would not reset??

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For some reason it would not reset??

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For some reason it would not reset??

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For some reason it would not reset??

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For some reason it would not reset??

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by dmiles In reply to Re-enable on-board video

Boot Computer,when Startup screen appears,press the designated key to enter setup(look in the bottom left corner for reference),once you enter setup configuration locate onboard graphics,highlight then right-click you should se the choice to enable.

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by William Jay In reply to Re-enable on-board video

Howdy,

It depends on how and where the video chipset was disabled. If it was done by jumper and/or BIOS, move the jumper and enable in BIOS. If it was done in XP only, tap the F8 key on system startup and when the boot menu appears, choose Start in Safe Mode. . .

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